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The new NCOH magazine is out – edition #2 – 2019

The second edition of the NCOH Magazine has been published at the Annual Scientific Meeting at Radboudumc 17 May. Here is your chance to look at the digital version.

Four reasons to definitely read the magazine are:
1. An interview with Ingrid van de Leemput and Marten Scheffer about Complex Systems, the NCOH-theme of 2019
2. Two interviews about Disease X and Zoonoses in the night
3. Get to know our PhDs and their projects
4. Take a glance at the awards and prizes NCOH Principal Investigators did receive in the last year.

NCOH One Health Magazine, theme Complex Systems, #2, 2019.

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